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Castle School 9.9.16

Visiting the castle today to find different features of a castle.  How many of each can we find?  Can we record our results using a tally chart and then compare the results?


Class 2 – 2016/17


Science Week – Links to activities you can do at home

Science takes you places and these 4 themed Fun Science experiments parents can do at home with their children. Bubbles, coin, DIY rocket and balloon kebabs.


Class 2

Sorting shapes using a Carroll diagram. A variety of activities for our Greedy Fox story. Maths of the Day games.


Own Clothes Day

All pupils are invited to wear their own clothes on Friday 28th November. There will not be a ‘fine’ but we are asking that they bring in a Tombola Prize for the Christmas Fair instead so a bottle /jar   chocolate  or  a cuddly toy. Many thanks


Class 2 6.11.15

Welcome back – I hope everyone had a well earned half term break. This half term looks to be a very busy, exciting and hard working one with a Christmas play to rehearse and perform as well as the usual focus and concentration needed for lessons. This week we have started learning the songs for the Christmas play so that might explain why the
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Public speaking competition

Over half term we would like all pupils in years 2 – 6 to prepare a 2/3 minute presentation on ANY subject they like – it could be a hobby or a trip or a sport or a famous person or building or anything else they like. They can use a power point and ‘objects’ if they wish. But should be able to talk
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Class 2 16.10.15

We had a great time at the Welsh Jambouri this week. Mae’n bendigedig!!    This week has seen everyone at school celebrating World Food Day.  In Class 2 we have found out about traditional food in Wales and also in our country of study Lesotho.  We tasted a traditional African fruit snack, compared their food to ours and thought about healthy meals that we
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School Governor vacancies

The School Governing Body has vacancies for parent governors. Any parent wishing to commit their interest, enthusiasm and time to the school in return for personal reward and satisfaction are welcome to apply. Please contact our office for more information. We also have vacancies for community governors (those people who live in the village but do not have children in the school). If you
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Head Lice

Please could you all check your child’s hair on a daily basis as it has come to our attention that there has been reports of ‘Head Lice’ in school since the start of term. It is really important to check hair and treat if any lice are found, as we can only keep on top of this problem if we work together.